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Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
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Charleston Wakefield
85 days — A selection of ‘Early Jersey Wakefield.’  'Charleston Wakefield' is very similar to its predecessor in shape, but is larger and takes about a week longer to reach maturity.  The heads are dark-green, compact, and conical shaped, reaching about four to six pounds in size. 

First selected and released in the late 19th Century.  Often attributed to the Peter Henderson company as an 1892 release.  However, 'Charleston Wakefield' was in fact first released by the F. W. Bolgiano Co. in their 1880 catalog.[1]

An early variety, it is generally grown for a summer harvest but does over winter well.  Each packet contains 0.5 gram, which is approximately 75 seeds.

  1. "Descriptions of Types of Principal American Varieties of Cabbage," by Victor Rickman Boswell, USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. 169, March, 1934

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